City approves “Treebate” program

by | Nov 6, 2009 | How to Guides, Uncategorized

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In an effort to reduce stormwater runoff and improve local watershed health the city has passed an initiative that encourages people to plant more trees. For each native tree you plant before May 1, 2010 the city will give you $50 off your sewer bill, with a 10 tree limit you could potentially save $500 this year!

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